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Lost Ottawa: Local History and the Future of the Past

Gloucester South Senior's Centre 4550 Bank Street, Gloucester, Ontario, Canada

This event is open to the General public, with free admission and parking. The presentation features author David McGee, who wrote the two Lost Ottawa books and hosts the Lost Ottawa Facebook page. At the start of the event, the Gloucester Chain of Office will be presented by Gloucester's last Mayor Claudette Cain (Coulas) to […]

From Normandy to the Scheldt, Remembering those from Gloucester Township who fell in duty

National Military Cemetery, Beechwood Cemetery 280 Beechwood Avenue, Vanier, K1L 8E2, Canada

A presentation will be made by military historian Captain Steven Deiter on Gloucester (East and South Ottawa) residents who served and fell during World War II following the D-Day invasion. The presentation will be followed by a guided walking tour to the National Military Cemetery. We encourage everybody attending to wear a poppy, if possible. […]

GTHS Annual General Meeting

St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church 6810 Rideau Valley Drive South, Kars, Ontario, Canada

The Society's annual members' luncheon and annual general meeting is coming up. Members are invited to join us for our annual afternoon social - good food, some entertainment and review of our community activities. SAVE THE DATE - more information to come.

The Stories Behind Street Names

A presentation by Glenn Clark, President, Gloucester Historical Society, on the stories behind a selection of street names east of the Rideau River. A brief Gloucester Historical Society AGM will precede the presentation. Registration by e-mail [email protected] is required by Saturday, April 17th. A return e-mail will be sent with a link to the meeting.

Gloucester Historical Society Annual General Meeting

Overbrook Community Centre 33 Quill Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

One Hundred Years of Overbrook Memories We are pleased to invite guests, in collaboration with the Overbrook Community Association, to mark the centennial of the incorporation of Overbrook as a Police Village in 1922. Please join us as we share memories of this historic community nestled between Eastview and Hurdman's Bridge on the banks of […]

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